Are RINO’s Real, or are RINOs the ACTUAL Conservatives?

Bill Buppert Explores the Mythological Elephant Known as the RINO and Comes Up with a Shocking Conclusion

Bill Buppert over at Zero Gov has penned a piece about the myth of the RINO.  In his piece, Buppert outlines the basic history of the Republican Party and shows that the so-called RINO is, in fact, the ACTUAL Republican.

It turns out that the real truth is that actual Constitutional, Limited-Government conservatives are the REAL RINOs.  The alleged RINOS are, in fact, true Republicans, and have been since Abe Lincoln launched the Republican Party into the White House for the first time back in 1860.

From Zero Gov

RINO! The Grand Old Politburo and the Leviathan State by Bill Buppert

There is no such think as a Republican in Name Only (RINO), they have forever been the addled and mentally deficient little brother Menshevik to the big brother Bolsheviks in the Democrat party. Lincoln birthed his party in swimming the oceans of blood of his countrymen.


The Republican Party has always been the party of big government with a brief and wispy interregnum under Calvin Coolidge. I had even been deluded once to thinking that Grover Cleveland was a contender for smaller government but he is the father of the Interstate Commerce Commission, a ponderous idea and monster that has given enormous power to the leviathan state. It demonstrates how the political nomenklatura can take a single sentence from the Federalist’s precious slaver document and make it into the monstrosity that bestrides every man, woman and child today (not to mention the unborn progeny saddled with the debt through “implied consent”.

Hugh Hewitt, a bloated big government Republican who does a three-hour spokes-budgie stand-up routine on AM radio recently posed as a thinker and offered up the wisdom of “ammunition control”.

To wit: “If people buy a lot of ammunition in a short period of time, this should trigger a red flag with law enforcement,” said Hewitt on the NBC “Meet the Press” show on Oct. 8”.

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